Terror In Tucson is a two-man rock and roll band. The members are Eric Dismuke and Kenneth Dwain Harrelson and they play all the instruments and sing all the voices. Their first album, "Northern Song," was released on July 10th, 1992. These are some of their unreleased songs from 1992, recorded during the sessions for their first album and after.
The members are: Eric Dismuke: Drums, Harmonica, Bass Guitar and Vocals Kenneth Dwain Harrelson: Electric Lead and Acoustic Rhythm Guitar, Bass Guitar, Keyboards, Drums and Percussion, Trumpet and Vocals
Track 1 - Purple Haze - Eric on drums and backup vocals, Kenny on guitars, bass and lead vocals. Track 2 - Theme From The Amazing World Of Really Good Stuff - written by Eric and Kenny for a nature show/documentary. Eric and Kenny playing drums and percussion. Track 3 - A Tree Is Nice - written by Eric Dismuke. Eric on vocals, drums and harmonica, Kenny playing the guitars and bass. Track 4 - Get Back - Eric on drums and backup vocals, Kenny on guitars, bass and lead vocals. Track 5 - Instrumental #68 - written by Eric Dismuke and Kenneth Dwain Harrelson, and used for Eric's wedding. Eric playing drums and Kenny playing the acoustic guitars and bass. Track 6 - My Fat Girl - Lyrics written by Eric, music written by Eric and Kenny. Eric on vocals and playing drums and Kenny playing the guitars and bass. Track 7 - His Holiness - written by Kenny in protest over the Pope having a platinum album in Spain. Eric playing lead guitar, Kenny on vocals, drums, guitar and bass. Track 8 - Wonderful - written by Eric Dismuke. This is the edited short version. Eric on vocals and harmonica, Kenny on drums, guitars and bass. Track 9 - A Woman In Love - Eric on drums, Kenny on guitars, bass and vocals. Track 10 - Gloria - Eric on drums and lead vocals, Kenny on guitar, bass and backup vocals
All original songs copyrighted by Terror In Tucson. Album cover artwork and concept by Kenneth Dwain Harrelson. The Theme From The Amazing World Of Really Good Stuff was a hit for Terror In Tucson. It climbed to #17 on the World Music Charts in 2000. The cover tunes were all "off the cuff" and unrehearsed. We're not really a cover band.